Monto Recovery Center Program Overview
The care continuum at Montco Recovery Center spans partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and general outpatient plans. The partial hospitalization program (PHP) serves as a transitioning phase for individuals graduating from residential or inpatient addiction treatment. It aims to support clients’ reintegration into society and daily living through intensive therapy that builds coping abilities. At Montco Recovery, PHP involves 25 hours of group therapy (with 5 hours daily from Monday to Friday) and at least one individual therapy session per week.
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a step down from PHP wherein clients rejoin work/school and restore relationships with loved ones. Recovering individuals are more exposed to the real world and learn to handle real-life problems at this level. At the center, IOP involves 3 hours of group therapy for 3 to 5 days weekly with a minimum of one hour of individual therapy. The general outpatient program (GOP) is the least restrictive level of care wherein individuals have a higher degree of flexibility with work/school, family obligations, and clinical scheduling. Clients receive only 3 hours of group therapy once or twice weekly with at least one hour of individual therapy every week.
Dual diagnosis treatment is also available for individuals with co-occurring disorders. Clinicians at Montco Recovery engage in cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and meditation to assist these individuals. Over 60% of recovering individuals who receive simultaneous treatment for their substance addiction and mental health issue report having little to no relapses years after treatment. Thus, dual diagnosis treatment becomes beneficial for sustaining sobriety and mental soundness.